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From the Master of Shockj
A Shocking Masterpiece,
Sweetan accused of
selling Rams' plays
By The AssociatedPress
NEW ORLEANS -- Unern-
ployed quarterback Karl Swee-
tan was accused yesterday of
trying to peddle pro football se-
crets by selling a Los Angeles
Rams playbook to the New Or-
leans Saints for $2,500.
Sweetan, 29. and his first
cousin, Wayne M. Boswell, 31,
both of Dallas, were held in
lieu of bond on federal fraud
charges after a brief hearing
before a U.S. magistrate.
They were arrested at 3 a.m.
in a motel here while dicker-
ing with Saints Coach J. P. Ro-
berts. not knowing that he had
called in the FBI when first
contacted by telephone two days
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the charge said agents were
watching the dealing.
A playbook is a large note-
book;of diagrams of all offen-
sive plays, defensive align-
ments, audibles and keys --- a
veritable encyclopedia of a
Presumably, begin privy to
such secrets would give an op-
posing team an edge and the
Saints play the Rams in the
first game of their 1972 Nation-
al Football League season.
However, whether the note-
book involved here would be of
any real use depended on
whether it was current or an,
old one. Roberts said an old
book would be worthless.
Federal officials. who took
possession of the notebook. said
Rams assistant coach Totm Cat-
lin was to fly here to examine
the material and see if it is old
Meanwhile, the notebook was
valued, for legal purposes, at
$5,000 or more.
in Kuhn re trust
CHICAGO --- Major league
baseball owners streamlined
their collective bargaining pro-
cesses and broadened Commis-
sioner Bowie Kuhn-is powers
yesterday in a jost meetingw
The owners voted to disband
the old Player Relations Com-
mittee and said that in the next
few days a new committee will
be selected. The new panel will
consist of the two league presi-
dents, one member of each
league's executive council and
one member to be appointed by
each league president.
The owners also gave Kuhn
the power to call major league
meetings on such notice as
deemed reasonable. The pre-
vious rule barred Kuhn from
calling a major league meeting
with less than 20 days notice.
Look m a 0 no cavities!
irs. Lilly Jean King, overrome with the thrill of victory, pauses
a moment before numerous photographers to show off her peatly
white fangs. Only moments before, Mrs. King dethroned Aus-
tralia's Evonne Goolagong in the women's singles at Wimbledon.
For details, see page 11.
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NEW YORK (P) - Dick Al-
len, the Chicago White Sox first
baseman, remains the top
American League vote-getter in
the fans balloting for the July
25 All-Star baseball game at At-
The controversial slugger has
received 664,173 votes to hold a
aide margin over Detroit's
Norm Cash toe the starting
first base job. Cash has 440,459
with the voting to end Sunday.
The latest figures released by
Commissioner Bowie Kuhn's of-
fice yesterday also shows the
other infield positions are ap-
parently set with Rod Carew of
Minnesota far ahead at second
base, Brooks Robinson of Balti-
more at third, and Boston's
Luis Aparicio at shortstop.
Detroit's Bill Freehan in-
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creased his lead over Ray
Fosse of Cleveland for the
In the outfield, Reggie Jack-
son of Oakland drew the most
support with 561,957 votes. Carl
Yastrzemski of Boston with
371,879, and Bobby Murcer of
the New York Yankees with
335.653 are the other front-run-
ners. Carlos May of the White
Sox is No. 4 with 261,077.
The final starting teams for
the American and National
League squads will be an-
nounced next week. The pitch-
ers and remainder of the
squads are chosen by the man-
The final stretcs
FIRST BASE - Dick Allen, Chicago,
664,173; Norm Cash, Detroit, 440,549;
Harmon Killebrew, Minnesota, 351,-
531; Boog owell, BaItimore, 220,036;
Mike Epstein, Oakland, 95,965; John
Mayberry, Kansas City, 64,948.
SECOND BASE - Rod Carew, Minne-
sota, 514,487; Sandy Alomar, Califor-
nia, 220,154; Cookie Rojas, Kansas City,
182,600; Dave Johnson, Baltimore,
181,999; Doug Griffin, Boston, 164,206;
Dick McAuliffe, Detroit, 131,114.
THIRD BASE - Brooks Robinson,
Baltimore, 634,227; Sal Bando, Oak-
land, 206,472; Bill Melton, Chicago,
199,510; Aurelio Rodrigez, Detroit,
159,267; Rico Petrocelli, Boston, 113,179;
McMullen, California, 111,656.
SHORTSTOP - Luis Aparicio, Bos-
ton, 403,764; Bert Campaneris, Oakland,
256,616; Fred Patek, Kansas City, 210,
393; Ed Brinkman, Detroit, 180,252;
Mark Belanger Baltimore, 175,244; Le
Cardenas, California, 139,201.
OiUTFIELD - Reggie Jackson,0ak-
land, 561,927; Carl Y"astrzesshiBoston,
371,879; Bobby Murcer, New York, 335.-
653; Carlos May, Chicago, 261,077; Lois
Piniella, Kansas City, 237,910; Amos
Otis, Kansas City, 198,296; Al Kaline,
Detroit, 188,711; Vada Pinson, Cali-
foriii,,'t57,563; Tioy Aiva, Binnsota.
CATCHER - Bill Freehan, Detroit,
449,923; Ray Fosse, Cleveland, 310,903;
Dave Duncan 224 ,06,; Thurman Mun
'on,Ne, 2ork E10,211;Carlton C is
Bostoni, 127,418; Ed HIeriannChicago
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